Located between the Sant Sebastià and Barceloneta beaches, Sant Miquel beach takes its name from the Church of Sant Miquel del Port, built in 1755.
Sant Miquel beach is one of the oldest in the city and is about 420 metres long. Located just near the Plaça del Mar, it is one of the busiest on the Barcelona seafront.
It is easily reached on public transport: by Metro (Barceloneta Line L4), by bus (lines 10, 14, 16, 17, 36, 39, 40, 45, 51, 57, 59 and 64); by tram (stopping at Ciutadella-Vila Olímpica); or using the Bicing service, with two stations nearby (Carrer Pontevedra / Judici and Carrer Atlàntida 82).
Sant Miquel beach provides easy access and enjoyment for everyone, with special attention paid to those whose mobility is limited in some way: it features parking areas from which it is easy to reach the dry beach, visual and tactile signage and information, adapted toilets, wooden walkways down to the water and adapted showers with chairs. The public transport has also been adapted to provide easier access.
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